Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Cape Independence Movement Protest in London June 19th

A message from the Cape Independence Movement

Protest - South Africa House 19th June 12pm-4pm

Apologies for the late notice but we were waiting on the Met Police to authorize this. On Saturday we are holding a little protest outside South Africa House in London. If you support the Cape Independence Movement and would like to make a small statement please feel free to join us outside South Africa House on Saturday. The exact position of the protest is yet to be determined (The Met have a few more questions).
Keep an eye n this blog post as it will be updated as and when further information is available.

If you require further details please contact me via my mail address or via the comments section. Obviously we're not expecting droves of people but of course the more the merrier.

Date: 19th June 2010
Time: 12pm-4pm
Dress: Black & White

Please feel free to bring banners/posters etc. Please note however any racist paraphenalia etc will not be tolerated. Bear in mind with protests like this the police will be in attendance and will pretty much nip any racist behaviour in the bud.

See you there!

6 Opinion(s):

Piet the Pirate said...

An independent Cape has nothing to do with racism. It´s about separation, much like Kosovo and other states that felt they were not aligned to the greater Yugoslavia.
God bless the Cape and all those who support a separate state.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

I give it 1 year before it gets over run by the hordes looking for werk. The system does not work unless you can control immigration. Once you control immigration then you might just as well break away.

SA Greek said...

Free the Cape!!The Cape Party has only a few thousand supporters now but some times, great things can be achieved by a small bunch of people with vision...

Anonymous said...

The Cape should then take over the rest of the country.


John G Kerlen said...

If any of you are in the U.K. and support Cape Independence, we need help. On Saturday we held a protest outside Saffa House. There was two of us. We're planning another one. In Wimbledon soon. Come and join us. All it will cost is a train ticket and a few hours on a Saturday.